K I M      L A R G E Y

My work does not have a specific narrative. It does not choose a side or take a stand. The most interesting ideas lie at the point of intersection and entanglement; lacking the definitive, fighting between chaos and control, resisting the implications of failure and imperfection.

In the face of an overabundance of details, the abstract is the only way to think. We live in a time of more and more information to solve a problem, but end up creating more problems. Compressing, stacking, stretching, flattening, balancing, sequencing, bonding, bundling in an effort to control and contain.